Infrastructure projects

We are continually working to create vibrant urban centres, a balanced transportation network and an inclusive community. Infrastructure projects focus on improvements and maintenance of outdoor spaces, buildings, active transportation networks, utilities, roads and bridges.

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Significant investment throughout Kelowna boosts the local economy and builds the vibrancy of our growing city. Learn more about key projects within the city being constructed or managed by another organization.

A linear park has been planned for Bellevue Creek since 1995 when it was first identified in the Official Community Plan.

Construction of a permanent, approximately 132 stall parking and informal drop-off area for Boyce-Gyro Park is planned this year on part

The Bulman Road multi-use pathway provides faculty, students and staff with a safe and direct link to UBC Okanagan.

Est. cost: $900,000
Est. start: July 2016
Est. end: September 2016

Trail upgrades to improve pedestrian access.

Est. cost: $165,000
Est. start: Fall 2016
Est. end: Spring 2017

Park upgrades to improve pedestrian access.

Est. cost: $85,000
Est. start: Fall 2016
Est. end: Spring 2017
City Park Concept PlanFuture projects

A concept planning exercise has come to a close to enhance City Park as a vibrant place for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Dehart Community ParkFuture projects

The future park site is approximately 3.6 ha in size and centrally located on Dehart Road between Lakeshore Road and Gordon Drive.

Improvements include a roundabout at Water Street with new sidewalks, landscaping, street lighting and watermain replacement.

Est. start: March 2017
Est. end: July 2017

Improvements on Ethel Street include a separated cycle track on both sides of the road, new sidewalks, landscaping and utilities.

Est. cost: $3.8 million
Est. start: Spring 2016
Est. end: Fall 2016

This future park site is located at the intersection of Longhill and Valley roads.